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April 6, 1907T
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PEN AND 8CI8SORGRAPH8
May 7, 8, and 9 are tho dates
seleoted for the Confederate re
union in Columbia.
Mr. J. C. Dove, formerly of
Dovesville, died of heart failure
in Sumter Monday.
A severe earthquake occur
red in Turkey on Monday and
many people ldlled.
Tho United States now has more
than eighty million souls. The
cities snow the largest growth.
The colored man who attem
pte.l an assault on Miss Pittman
near Latta has not yet been
Kev. C. S. Sholl of the Synod of
'.ronnoonee has accepted a call to
tho Prosbytorian church at
Floronoe, and will take charge tho
last of April.
Mrs. Ii. L. Bonnoit of Darling
ton, who was shot by her husband
in Charleston recently, in a fit of
insanity, diod Sunday morning,
Mr. Bonnoit is in the asylum.
Rev. T. P. Baker for several
years rector of St David's churoh
at Ohoraw, and his good wifo are
visiting friends in that town. He
hos friends in Bonnettsvillo who
will bo glad to meet him again.
Whiskey drinking confusos tho
drinker's brain; It confusos his
business, it confuses his family,]
it coufusos his frionds, it confusos
communities, it coufusos the
church, it confuses ovrything with
wuich it has to do.
MEETING OF CAMP HENF.GAN.
In obedienco to ordora Camp Hone
gan, No. 766, held thooloveuth annual
meeting in tho court house on Monday
April 1st 1907, and wa3 called to order
by Commander, J. B Green.
J. P, Bolton, acting chaplain, led
in prayer. Adjutant C. D. Eastcrling
called the roll and received tho annual
dues. There wore 27 comrades present
It waa moved and carriod that the
ofHcers of the past year be re-elected
for the onauiug year aa follows :
J B. Green, Commander
P. M. Johu, lat Lieutenant
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0, I). MeColi, '. 1. ci .' '
<U. )> Kilter),?.';w'>:;.i
.1. rl (<icHar|Ms> jCjh?p s?ij
il, \? Nap Su*g<ion
Comrade (.ha.i .^-".j ano* Iii
Vit Joly rt m-.dc irtipro?a?vo h -..?j h;
in rogard to electing ueiogaios io mo
annual reuuious, and the importance
of members paying up dues.
Commander Green thon announced
the receipt from tho Chapter of the U
I). C, of blank applications for the
Crosses of Honor to bo bestowed by
them in June. All present sooured
them at once.
Comrade H. H. Newton offered the
following resolution :
Resolved, That the Commander make
such advertisement and take such steps
ns he thinks necessary to collect the an
nual dues of the members of this Camp,
and to get all the applications in proper
form for to secure the distribution of thu
Crosses of Honor to he bestowed by the
U. D. C. thc 3d of June.
Comrade H. H. Newton movod that
a committee of throo be appointed to
draft suitable resolutions in memory
of our decoased ooiuradea sinco last
meeting. Tho following deaths were
W. M. Breeden, Alphous Amnions
W. 8. Townsend. T. L. Crosland, C.
Polstou. Thoa. M. Bolton.
Comrades H. H. Newton, Simeon J.
Molnuis and C. D. Eaatorling wore
Appointed for thia duty.
The following wore eloctod delegates
to tho national reunion, which meets
in Rich mond in Juno: J. B. Green,
J. K. Fletcher and lt. C. McIntyre.
Chas Crosland, H. II Nowton and
J. Woodley, wore olectod dologateo
to tho State reunion, which meets in
tho city of Columbia May 7, 8, 9.
On motion tho dologates to oach re
union were empowered to appoint
thoir own altomatoa.
Comrade Chas Crosland submitted
i>a written roport from tho committee
appointed at tho last mooting to deviso
some plan of securing an emergency
fund for the relief of noody veterans,
which, aftor remarks waa laid on tho
tublo. A number of suggestions wore
offorotl, but no definite plan of action
Thorn being no furthor business the
J. B. Green, Commander.
C. D. Kastorling, Adjutant.
Monday last was the birthday of
two well known citizens-Mr. T.
B. Fraser and his son-in-law Mr.
J. H. Parish-the first 55 and the
second 65 years. Mr. Fraser WOB
born on the Ervin farm within two
mile? of town, and still lives about
tho same distance.
Mr. Parish, for convenience, cel
ebrated his birthday Sunday, and
all of tho family connections of
both were present, except Mrs
Robert Edens of Sumter and Willie
Fraser of Hurtsville about 36 in
On Monday Mr. Fraser celebra
ted his, and all of tho same party
wore present and had a royal good
ronnion. The editor received an
invitation but could not go do vu
j)u account of salesday in town,
LETTER FSOM ?Al/iiSH?.
Mr. jHJd?tor-As I have not seeE
anything lu your paper from.Baiters
lately I will drop yon a few lines.
Tho long spell of dry hot weather
was br o h on Sunday by ?bundor
showers which was badly needed
that is the showers.
Farmers are about douo plant ?
iug com, and some are plauting
colton. Mr. Juo C. Everett has
23 acres planted iu Mardi the
other 60 he will plant in April,
oats look very woll.
Bishop J. J. Tart is Ruuning a
shad fishery in Blaok River and is
doing soaleing business.
The Dispensary at Kingstrce is
still closed, but Mr. Tiger is doing
a lively business.
What has become of J.^F. Mc
G? I uevor hear of him now. I
suppose he is waiting for tho spring
and thunder to open up in full,, if
so, he will soon get his wish.
Mr. Clinton Stanton of Clio is
pulling the cord over "Kit" for
Mr. W. David.
Mr. E. T. Hamer is in Texas,
prospecting for a hotter-half, Mrs
Alice David and Mrs T. A. Mc
Daniel will in & fow days visit their
parents at Clio and Tatum.
Write again uncle Jool, your let
ters are too far apart.
Well for fear of too much valua
ble space being taken up in your
valuable paper will olose with best
wishes to the dear old Democrat
and its Readors.
Salters, April 2d 1907.
Jurors tor Common Pleas Court.
First Week, April Term 1907.
J W McLaurin, H W Coxe,
W D Jenkins, H H Stanton,
J T Stanton J M Hood,
J F Allen W L Webster
T M Adama J L McCall
H T McLaurin CHM Quick,
Joel Gibson H C Townsend
J A Woodley F R Crosland.
J A W Mooro H R Peele,
E H Webster Rai ford Gibson.
T E McCill W M Dees
W G English J A OTucll.
J D McQueen Light Townsend,
A C Gilchrist H E Stockton
Theo L Breedon L P Kichards,
NV D Mooro L J Breeden,
J W Jackson E W Evans,
Z A Drake E S Mooro,
Shooting On The Line.
Reports came of another kill
ing on the State line above Boy
kin. This time Fred Quick a
young man shoots Albert Gha
vis. The cause is traced to
plenty of liquor. Since th** dis
and post?nico a bunch of Keys. In
the buuoh was apostofheo key 104.
I would be pleased to recover same.
T. M. Wooster.
Snlesdny lu April.
There was not a large crowd in
town on the first Monday on ac
count of tho sudden ohango in the
weather. The Clerk of Court sold
one piece of real estate-the B. H.
Covington lot in Blcnhoin to B. L.
Jones for $200 and cost of papers.
There were no special exhibits,
but tho horse swappers were hore
and some exchanges made.
The were no accidents or inci
dents worthy of note.
Don't fJivo Satisfaction.
A suboriber in Brownsville says
the delay of R. F. D's in leaving
Bennettsvillc prevents patrons from
getting mail the same day, as the
carriers leave Blnnheim before the
arrivals of tho mail from Bennetts
ville. The dailies also aro two
days old when they get them.
Either the carriers at Blenheim
should wait or the ones from Ben
ncttsville leave earlier, to make
Boat on tho Pee Deo.
Mr. Sam Sparks, of Georgetown,
has taken tho contract to build
a steam boat to rua from George
town to Cheraw, and to have it
ready by August, in time lor fall
business. Now let the owners of
tho Gardner's Bluff waro house go
to work and put it in order, and
perhaps our merchants will do
some business on the river.
Olio Mumoipai Eiootion.
The following officers were
elected at Clio on Monday:
Aldermen-Chas Manning, H.
G. McCall, Jeff D. Edens, J. C.
Bonnettsvillo Town Offioers.
At a mass meeting held Fri
day afternon tho following wore
nominated as town officers for
the next two years:
Ma vor-P. A. Hodges.
Aldermen- -Throop Crosland,
C. S. Chaffin, P. A. McKellar,
F. G. Hollis.
Tho oleotion comos off next
The Newton Pills
Those great blood and liver
regulators are known over
Marlboro. For the convenience
of his customers he has left a
few boxes at this office whore
they oan get them.
The Easier of 1907 wa? i!?ly cel
ebrated all over the oouuty. Egg
Hunts on the Saturday before are
reported at inauy sohools. Tho ono
at Hebron was a big afluir. Somo
250 eggs woro hid in tho grove and
at tho clo io of tho hunt tho teachers
Mibses Cauieron and Wado distrib
uted candy and all had a sweet tituo
-uncle Jool in tho number.
On Sunday morning at Salem
church an excellent program pre
pared by tho Buporinteudent and his
sister, M?HS Hattie Huestess, was
most happily rendered by tho school
-sweet songs, recitations and an
address by Bev. David of Rocking
ham, N. C.
Tho morning services nt tho town
churches were well attended, and
many pretty Easter costumes wero
seen, in spite of tho weather.
Tho heavy rains provontcd any
afternoon or night services.
A Cow's Appetite.
Several years ago a farmer
near Chosterfiield whose modes
ty iorbids the publication ol' his
name, hung his vest on a barn
yard fence? A calf chewed up
a pocket in the garment in
which was contained a stand
ard gold watch. Last week the
animal, a staid old milch cow,
was butchered for beef and tho
time piece was found in such a
position botween the luugs of
the cow that the process of res
Siration had kept the stem win
er wound up, the watch had
lost but four minutes and two
and a half ticks in seven years.
It is one of the most remarkable
occurrences ever heard of.
Booming His Town.
A writer in the last issue of tho
Bambburg Herald has this to say
for that town:
Wo have plenty of law break
ers in our town, such as gamblers
on high ordor and gamblers on
low ordor; wo have them through
tho woek and also on Sunday, I
and our officers know ot tho fact.
We also have mon who soil goods
on the Sabbath on tho quiet, aud
our officers know it. Wo also
have blind tigers in our town with
j their eyes wide opou, and our offi
cers know it. We havo men who
carry coucealed weapons, and wo
also have young lads who carry
thom, yea moro, we havo small
schoolboys who carry thom, and
our officers know it. We havo
men who got drunk and stagger
on our street; wo havo mou who
CH rna ar?d an??r on ftlir Streets'.
wo havo many other evils in our
town that I could mention, but
thoso will suffice, snd I say our
officers aro largely to blamo for a
largo amount of thoso evils. If
this bo true ot Bamberg, tho town
needs a inissionery.
A Criminal Attack
on an inolFeusivo citizou is frequently
made in that apparently usclo.ig little
tube called the "appendix." It's gen
erally tho result of protracted consti
pation, following liver torpor. Dr.
King's New Life Pills regulate tho
tho liver, prevent appendicitis, and
establish regular hahits of tho bowels
25c. at J. T, Douglas's Drug store.
FOR WOMEN AND HOMES,
The April issue of STYLE ts called
tho Special Easter Number. It con
tains a largo number of original and
special designs for Spring, and an un
usual number of attractive designs for
A now department lins hoon added
Tho articlo on "Broad Making" is of
exceptional value and interest, and is
vory timely when we consider tho
puro food agitation of today.
The reyiuw of fashions, the Eada of
New York, and many other articles
will bo found of great interest to every
Subscription price $1 a year. So.nd
your uamo mid address for a sample
Stylo ? American Dressmaker,
246 26 East 21st St.
Out of Sight.
"Out of sight, out of mind," is an
old saying which applios with special
forco to a soro, burn or wound that's
boen treated with Bucklou's Arnica
Salve, l t's out of sight, out of mind
and ont of cxistonco. Piloa too and
chilblains disippenr under its healing
influence. Guarnntooc by J, T.
Douglas Druggists. 25.
Jt?ryKinghamH Roaliablo Hums,
Breakfast Bacon,Boot Ilnms, Boot"
Tongue, always nico and frosh at
W. M. Rowe's.
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Did ho over solicit your subscription V
If your field ii> not fully OCCUPIED,
writo today for an agency. Tho best
?iroposition evor made to canvassors.
Avo agonta wanted all over Carolina.
Subscriptions easy to tako, money in
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San? Jones' Life and Sayings, by
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SPECIAL REVUES V
Owing lo (hu limited ?oicl I'.
ties of our town, wo make u speen)
request of our patrons and tho bb i
zens of Bonuettsvillo, to ase! ? H m
entertaining the member* of tho ?State
Medical Association whioh con
here on April IC, 17 and 18tl
communicate with any of tl' limb
signed committee and state fled eal ly
how many guest eaoh eau eplorttdn.
J. F Kinney, Chair.
J, A. Faison W. J. Cror.i wul,
J. L. Jordan C. R. May
A. S. Townsend J. H. Kve&o
J. L NupW'i
I iii Orippo and j.'umnnonr
Foley's Money andTnr cures tu gi
coughs and prevents pneumonia
any but the genuine in Hie yelk .
age. Reid & Co.
National Pure Food and DrnK Law.
We are pleased to announce that Foleys
Honey and Tar for coughs, colds and lung
troubles is not affected by the National
Pure Food and Drug law as it contains
no opiates cr other harmful drug?, and
we recommend it as a safe remedy for
children anti adults. Reid & Co.
CALL ON NIE
When in want of Choice Fruit,
FANCY GROCERIES, or
the latest Summer Drinks.
Next door to Doraoorat Office ' [?M
T. W. MOORE.
March 14, 1907.
To tho Sunday Sohool Workers
of Marlboro County :
DEAR BHETHHEN.-The time for
holding our annual Sunday Softool
Conferonco is drawing nigh, and each
School should havo representation.
The names of thc Superintendent and
the two delegates elected should be sent
UH early ns possiblo to tho Secretary ut
Hen nellyville, also prepare the annual
statistical reports as to uumbors and
work of tho past year.
Beunett8villo is preparing for a good
meeting, and tho brethren will be'dis
appointed if you fail to show tho do
si rei! interest. (Jome, working and
praying for tho success of tho Confer
ence at Bonoottsville.
' The time is short-first Friday and
Saturday io Mny, 3d and 4th.
W. L Stanton, President
S. A. Brown, Secretary.
Important Town Tax Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given that execu
tions will bo issued against all
property on which tho taxos have not
been pnid and which is not paid by
the first day of April 1907.
This is the Inst notice iu regard to
this matter. By order of Council
MILTON M OL A UKIN,
Mch. 21, 07. City Clerk?
TNT-*.;- RT-Til ji .
men to servo for two yenni.
Second, To oloot ono member of thc
Board of Publie Works to servo for six
Third, To vote oa tho question of lean
ing Bonds in tho sum of Thirty-five Thou?
Hand Dollars, if so muob bo necessary, for
the purpose o? constructing a Water wqrke
System and Fonds in tho sum of Twenty
Fivo Thousand Dollars, if eo much be no
cuHRury, for tim purpoHO of constructing a
Sewerage Syatora; also to vote on tho ques
tion of issuing liomin by tho said Town
in tho liiim of Tun Thousand Dollars for
tho purpose of improving Kio Stroots and
Side Walks in naiil Town
Polls open at 8 o'oloek, a. m., and clone
at 4 o'clock p. rn,
Managers cr Eleotiou, C. D. Kastorimg,
J, P. ?ibson and Jacob IsuaoHohu.
P. A. IIODQ1?S, Mayor.
Milton McLauriu, Clork,
March 2<}, 1905
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IM vte of Alieo II. Hubbard
AM. porsons having claims agaiust Abet
II. Hubbard, deuoascd, aro horoby D0<
lilied to proHent tho samo duly certified ta
within tho limo required by law or bo do
bured payment ; and all indobtod to snnu
will pteaeo make paymont at onoo to
J. II. HUUBAIU), Adin'r.
April 3, 1907.
WV) take thin method of announcing tc
the people ol Marlboro county thal
Stevenson, Matheson & Stevenson,
a law linn composed of W. P. Stevonsor
and I). S. Matll080n ol' Choraw-and W
M. Stevenson ol' Hnnnottsvillo, luioly 0
Dar limit OD, have opened an office in Fen
nottsvtllo. Will practico in State am
Federal Courts. Olllco in second storj
ot' Planters National Hank Huilding.
February 20. 1907.
COURT OF mmm PIEAS
OTIOE is horoby tjivon that tho Splint
Torin of tho Court of Common F?oa
for Marlboro County will oonvono nt lion
nottsvillo, on Monday April 22, 1907, al
io o'oloek, a. m., for two weeks.
AH persons interested will tuko duo no
tloo thereof. Urnnd jurors aro not roquir
ed to attend,
.). A. DBA KW,
Mob. 29, 1907, C. 0. C. P.
VST Pipes and SmokorsSuppliesii
endless vnrioty can bo found at J. T
Douglas' Drug Store.
KAUM FOR SALE.
I oller for salo, for cash or on oas)
terms, a Valuablo Farm in Robeson
county, North Carolina, situated or
Shoo lleol Crook, about 10 milos IrOtr
tho South Carolina lino and nbouil ^
miles south of Maxton. Traot c |n>
tains bl7 acres-12o acres cloarod au
For fnrlhor particulars apply to|
A. W. McLoau, 6
Mch 27, 1907. Lmnbortoa, MC
Wi J U8T lil
(rv carload of PLAN'
One carlead of nioo H
of Drivera, Sadd
A j I B, 11)07.-2
Have a few h
els Mixed ?
April 3, 1907.
Cheap Knud li ur.
Tho Democrat lind McCall's
Magazine-an excellent Lady's
Book for $1.35
Tho Democrat and Thrice a w eek
World for $1.07.
The Sunny South and the Demo
crat for only $1.50
Tho Tri-Weekly Atianta Consti
tution and DEMOCRAT ono year
for only $1,75. This is the cheap
est reading ever offered.
GET ONE SURE.
Bo sure and get a copy of "Thc
ELDER BROTHER" hy Theo. L.
Jervey. We have fourteen copies
on hand and while they last we will
sell them for half price, which is
75 ets or hy mail prepaid for 90c.
BENNETTS VILLE BOOK STORE.
EA SON BROS PROPS.
Torture of Women.
It was a terrible torture that MTK.
Gertie McFarland, of King's Moun
tain, N. C., describes as follows : "I
suffered dreadful pain, and became so
weak I waa given up to die, when 1113'
husband got me Wino of Cnrdui. Tho
first dose gavo relief, and with three
bottles I am up doing my work. I
cannot say enough in praise of C. rdu:
A wonderful remedy for woman's ills.
At druggisis, 81-Ot)
Store. Mr. Carroll lins recently I
equipped his store with the la
test Optical Instruments, and
is prepared to correct di??oUlt
cases of defectivo visions.
The editor of the Memphis, Tenn.,
Times writes : "in my opinion Foley's
Honey and Tar is thc best remedy for
coughs, colds and Hine, trouble, and to
my own personal knowledge Foley's Hon
ey and Tar has accomplished many per
manent cures that have been little short
of marvelous." Refuse any hut the gen
uine iii the yellow package. Reid & Co.
Matheson, Freeman & Go
FIRE. LIFE AND HAIL
BKNNKTTSVII.LK, So. CA.
\> o offer absoluto proteetion
PllONK 2i)S. inch 21, 1907
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
1 ESTATK oi' J. C. DUNHAM.
HAVINO flied in tho Probito Judge's Of- .
tico of Marlboro comity my final return
aa Administratrix of tho Estate of Jas. 0.
Danbar, Notioo in horuby ^iven that 1 will
apply to Huid Court on tho 16th day of
April, 19,07, for a Final DiacharRo an undi
Admwiiut i ut i ix.
i IDA DUNBAR.
Mob 21, 1907. Adininintratrix.
? Don't Forget
, I Am Still Repairing ORGANS,
. SEWING MACHINES & CLOCKS.
A 1,1. my work guaranteed to give
I satisfaction or no pay. Can furnish
f any missing or broken parts of any
Machino on tho market.
Will do your work at your home,
if preferred, whore you can REE 11'
DON 10, and TEST IT beforo paying
?j Hennettavillc, S. 0,
To Mako tho Carrying of Concealed }
Weapons a Misdemeanor.
Ho it Ordained hy thc Mayoi and Alder?
mon ol' 'hi) Town ol' llonnettsvillc and
by thc authority ol' 'he Haine :
On and aft or this date any person with
in tho corporal 0 li min ol tho Town of
j Boooottsvillo carrying a Pistol, Dirk. Ita?
/.or, Sling Shot. ?Metal Knuokfl, or oilier
' deadly Weapon usually med tor tho in*
fl lot ion of pomonal injury, one s.\lcd about
tho porson. shill bo guilty of a rn lido
nio.inor, and upon conviction thereof shall
forfeit to the Town ol' Bennottsvillo tho
weapon carried concealed, mid ho fined
in thc sum of not moro (hun ono hundred
r dollars and not less than Twenty dollars,
, br imprisoned not moro thin 30 diva nor
less than live days, nt tho disorotion of
tho Mayor or Council heiring tho eu-o.
Nothing heroin oontaiooJ shall bo oon?
Htruod to apply to porson < carrying con -
cealed weapons lipon (hair own promisor,
* or peaeo ollt vr in 1 Ito actual dholtlrgo ol' 1
their duties as p > icc . Iii . >..
Dono and f.il ?ft ?il i 1 Omi)0?I ?his tint
day of M>irc!t, l?t>7.
, 1\ A..Hom?BS, Mayor
IO R S E S~-c onsisting
lors, Matched and
?TTT *T lErt, j
mid red bush
?eas tor QUICK
iOLLIS & CO.
L1J. I. ?1HJIHLIIII.ITIHIiWlMIII
I'?? Hegulato tho Uso of Automobiles
in the Town of Hennettavillo, S. C.
Lio it Ordained by tlio Mayor and Aldermen
nf thc Town of Bonnottevillo in Oounuil
assembled ami by authority of the sumo:
Seoliou i. It ehall bo unlawful for any
por.son to ride or propel any Automobile,
K: cnn Curriago or vebiolo using Btoam or
oilier nrtlfioinl powor, upon any Bide walk
nf tho Town of Bennottsvillo ; excopt OR
muy bo uccoBflary in entoring or leaving
premisos or buildings.
Section 2. It stud! bo unlawful to lido
or propel any Automobile, steam ourringo
or vehicle using Bteam or othor artificial
powor, at a greater i-pced than five (5)
miles an hour on Darlington stroot between
Blethodist and Baptist churches, and on
Broad street fiom A. C. track to tho court
house, nor in any othor part of said town
ut moro than ton (io) miles au hour. Pro?
vided, bosvevor, that when turning around
corners of streets, or when turning around
in any Btirot tho speed of BUOII vehicle Bhall
not exoeed four (4) miles an hour.
Section 3. All automobile?, stearn car
riages and similar vohicloa ehall bo provi
ded with bellB, gongs, or ?orno imitable do
vico which ebal) bo Rounded as a warning
when turning in the streets or ut oornora.
And in the night timo Rich vebiccoB shall
also bo provided with lighted lamps, lan?
teriiH o' othor suitable lights so arrauged
and displayed aa to bo conveniently soou
from a reaHonablo distance.
Section. It Khali be tho duty of any
person riding or propelling au automobile,
carriage or oilier vehicle by steam or othor
artificial power, to stop such vohiolo when
npproantdn? or panai np horses or mules
of any of the provisions of thin Ordinance
shall be fined not ICM than Five dollars,
nor moro than Ono Hundred dollars, or be
imprisoned not less thou I'ivo days uor
more than thirty days, and in caso of dam
?go to property, such damage may bo or
dored paid out of the fine impoucd and
Section 6. It Ahull bo unlawful for any
person driving or driving or propelling nny
automobile or other vehicle using Bteam or
artificial pp wer to open or remove therefrom
(except in case of absolute necessity) tho
mulder, device or other attachment which
is used to prevent or deaden disagreeable
or exploitive sounds that are likely lo fright
on horses and mules. And it shall bo tho
duly of all persons tu operate HUCII vohioles
a* noiselessly .is possible. Any person vio
lating this Ordinance, or any provision
tlieieof, shall bs punished tty fino not lens
than Viya dollar? nor moro than ono (100)
hundred dollars; or imprisonment not less
than live days nor moro than thirty dins.
Done and ratified in Council assembled,
nt Benuottsvilla, S. C., this 15th day of
March, 1907, under Mio eorparuto Beal of tho
P. A. nODOliS, Mayor.
M. Mclaurin, Clork and Treasurer,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Marlboro-Court of Com
DUNCAN I). MoCOLL, Plaintiff,
WASHINGTON STEWART, Defendant.
Summons for Relief-Complaint not
T<> THE DEFENDANT, Washington Stew
You are hereby Summoned and requir
ed to answer thc complaint in thin action,
which ii filed in tho oflico of tho Clerk of
the Court ol' Common lMoas in and for
tbc County and State aforesaid, and to
serve a copy of your answer lo the said
Complaint on tho subscribers at their of
fice in BENNBTfSVH.bE, S. C,, within
twenty days alter thu service hereof, ex
clusive ol'tho day of such servico ; and
if you fail to answer thc complaint with
in tho lime aforesaid, the plaintiff in
this aotiou will apply to the Court for
the relief demanded in tho complaint.
Dated Mureil Uth, A, D., 1007.
I SKA i,. I J. A. DUAKK, Clork.
MoCOLL & MoCOLL,
Plain tiff's Attorneys.
To the Defendant Washington Stewart:
You will please take notice that thc
Summons In this action, thc above being
a copy, together with the Complaint has
been bled in the office of thc Clerk of thc
Court ot Common Pleas for Marlboro
County, and that Judgment will be de.
mandel! against you in accordance with
thc prayer of said Complaint, this 14th
day ol March, 1907,
MoCOLL & MCCOLL
Bennettsville, S. C.
1 LL persons are hereby warned against
?ai trespassing upon the lands known as
tho W. D. Crosland land* in Hod Hill
Township und now owned by us, cither
hy liimim -, cutting, hauling, or oilier
wiso trespassing upon samo without our
T. B, & C. S. MoCALL.
tfob. IA, 1?07.
Don* lose the opportunity, but como,
lid see us at once about your Sring Suit
t does not matter whether you want it a
louth or six weeks from now, but come
nd look over the exceptional values
yhieh we offer at this time and be con
. i need.
We guarantee to fit and please you in
ivery way, or dou't ask you to accept
uit or pay for it. 400 beautiful wool
ins displayed, comprising every shade,
latin e and quality, as well as every range
n price, for the small purse as well as
or one who can afford to pay for the very
iliest imported cloth. We have them on
land to snit every one.
G A. STONEY;.
Benucttsvlllc, S. C.
ft COMPOST DRILL
that will thoroughly pulverizo and ovonly
[??atributo I'Jotn ono hundred pouuds to
ton tons per aero. Mado in two sizes.
For salo by J. T. DONALDSON.
Drako, S. 0.
Agont for Marlboro county.
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Type-Writing Done to Order.
Papers and Manuscripts copied.
Teachers' Testimonials a specialty.
Charges reasonable. Orders solicited
August 1906. McCoi.r., S. 0.
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can onsily bo ralsod with
rogo lar. oven stands, and
>f tho very boat erado, for whioh the
hlKlioRt prlceB can bo Rotten Rt your
warohouso, or from tobacco bilyera If
you will, a few wooka boforoplanting*.
Use them afrain as a top dressing;, or
second application. Thous fertilizers
aro mixed by capablo mon, who have
boon milking f?rtil lzo ra all lh?ir llvos,
and contain phosphoric acid, potash
and nitrogen, or ammonia, In their
proper proportions to return to your
soil tho clomonta of plaut-lifo that
hftvo boon token from it by continual
cultivation. Aeoopt no substitute.
Virginia-Carolina Cheaafoal Co.,
Chnrlostou, 8. O,
MR. PULLER KEEPS THEM
ltubber-tired vehicles aro grow
ing in popularity. They aro not
only much moro comfortable to
ride in hut closo observers, as well
as oarriage repairers and manu
facturo rn, say that by reducing
tho jolting and jai ring of tho ruu
ning-gear, rubber tires prolong
tho lifo of a vehiclo.
JUST WHAT YOU WANT
Wo aro now showing tho nicost
lot of OUT GLASS to ho aeon
any whore. Tho prico is LOW,
tho quality tho BEST.
In Stationery wo liuvo all any
one can wish. Booka, Puyor, Tab
lets, Pons, Pencils, Blank books
and Everything in that line.
Our Drug Department is al
ways our pride. Everything you
uoed, we supply.
Proscription work a Specialty.
Wileys Candy, Always fresh.
ECZEMA AND PILE CURE
FREE. Knowing what lt waa to tuiffor, I
will give PUER OF OAAHQfi, to any allho
ted a pomlivo miro for Kozoma, Salt Rheum
Erysipelas, Piles and Hkln DlsoasoB. In?
fitant relief. Don't diiffor longor, write P,
W. WI M.I A MS, 400 Manhattan Avonuo, N
Yovk. Knolofiu .Hamp. [Sopt 20, 06
Prepared for tho Work.
Mr. S. J. Pearson, tho Jowolcr, has
now ono of tho latest improvements
for engraving your name or Initials
on any articlo of gold or silver or
plato in tho most Un? to dato manner.
Tho samples of work already done hy
him aro Just fine. Call and seo him.
The BEST of everyUUra
and tho groatest qmmtltloa of every
growing tk?ng' can readily be pron
duoed with tho liberal uto ot Virginia
Car?itna VertillKore. together with
careful cultiv?t'jn. TheinatorlaUet
which they aro mudo, oausotJUom to en^
rich tho lund,'una the planta to como
up rapidly and more proUflo. Uoo
on your fruits and frult-troea
of all kinds, corn, wheat and
all truoke. For, at harvest
timo, you will havo the largest
(for those will "lnoreaso your
yield per gore") and flnoofc
orops you ovor raised in all
your farra life. Don't buy the
Inferior substitute that any
fortillzor agent may try topo r
Buado you to put on your land,
VIRGINIA-CAROLINA CHEMICAL CO.,
Richmond, Y?, ?orfolk, V?., Durlua, I. B.,
OkwlMton, 8. 0., B&lumor?, Md., AUaaU,
G?., SftTuuuk, G?., Montgomery, AU.,
I MtrapM?, T?nn., Shrmpcil, U.
ALL persons are warned not to hunt,
fish? or otherwi-e trespass on tho
lands known us "The Bright Williamson
Lands," near Cashua Ferry ou Peo Deo
Itivor. Tho law will be cu forced oguiust
di who violate thi? notice.
JOHN R TOWNSEND.
Prest Marlboro Hunting Club.
December 28, 1900,
OFKICU Up htaira in Orotund Building,
rhone ISO .
BENNJba'xl'aVIlii. i- 8, O.
Attorney at Lav and
Oftloo in Court lionne.
E. C. MORRISON,
- nVAIiBR IM
Electrical and Plumbing Supplies.
Electric Lamps a Specialty.
Manager City Electric Plant.
Phono 114. Ponnettaville, S, 0.
JgSF* Report nil trouble with tho lines or
Htroct lights to tho above.
KI.DBLITY AND COURT,
CONTRACT and FIDELITY BONDS.
There are no hotter com punios than
these, roprcscutod by
A high-class remedy for horses
and mules in poor condition and
in need of a tonic. Builds solid
muscle and fat ; cleanses the sys
tem, thereby producing a smooth,
glossy, coat of hair. Packed in
doses. 25c. box. Sold by
Smith Newton, Bennettsville
M?Coll Drug Co., MoOoll.
Soaboard Interchangeable Milage
Better Than Ever.
Tho Seaboard Air Line inter
changeable mileage tickets now
on sale, will after July 16th also
bo good ovor the Central of Geor
gia, Georgia Southern and Flor
ida,Norfolk and Southern, Atlan
tic and North Carolina and Vir
ginia and Carolina Coast roads,
five new additions, making a to
tal of twenty-eight lines in all
represen tating noarly 20,000
You do not havo to delay your
purchase, but Seaboard interchan
geable mileage heretofore sold
and now on salo will bo good over
the additional roads after July 15,
regard lens of dato purchased.
Purchaso your mileage tiokets
from the Seaboard Air Lino rail
For furthof information write
W. L. BURROUGHS, T, P. A.
_Columbia, 8 C.
THE Businoss recently known as the
OLIO NOVELTY M ANUFOTU
RINO CO , will horoaftct ho known M
THE CLIO NOVELTY MANUFAC
TURING WORKS, with F. ll. IVKY
sole owner and director,
The latest improvod wood working
machines arc being placed for doing all
kinds of Novolty work for buildors uso at
D?t 23. l'JO.1
Heinz's Sweet Pickles
Shrimps, Lobsters anti Devil?
ed Crabs at W.M. Rowe's
\A/ U V ^? tho e o m m o n, oheap
Vf li I Tar Roofing, which is always
unsatisfactory, WH .KN you can get
a reliable "Rock and Glase-Coatod"
Rootling for less than cost of Shingles.
Soo us or writo tor samples*prices,
OLIO NOV?LTY CO,